Novak is one of only four men to be named World Champion four or more times, alongside Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.
Novak’s team, the UAE Royals, finished second in the inaugural International Premier Tennis League with 37 points from 12 matches.
In the UAE Royals’ first match of the IPTL UAE leg, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Novak in a shoot-out 6 games to 5. The Royals won the tie 26-25.
Novak’s UAE Royals beat Micromax Indian Aces 29-22 in the last match of the concluding day of IPTL in New Delhi, India.
The world no.1 made his debut with UAE Royals in a four-team International Premier Tennis League on Sunday.
Novak enjoyed replying some interesting #Nole4U questions submitted by his fans via Twitter, Facebook, Sina Weibo, Tencent and other social media platforms.
Novak will answer the new round of Nole4U questions LIVE via Youtube service on Wednesday, December 3.
World no.1 tennis player is one of 12 men nominated for the United States Sports Academy’s 2014 Male Athlete of the Year.
Novak features in two of top 5 Grand Slam matches of the year.
World no.1 will return to Abu Dhabi for the season-opening Mubadala World Tennis Championship (1-3 January, 2015).
01.01. - 03.01.2015.
Abu Dhabi, UAE